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From the South. Before the consignment of the three Episcopal ministers of New Orleans to Fort Lafayette, for not praying for Lincoln, one of them desired a friend in that city to make to the country a true statement of the case. That friend has written a letter to the Mobile Tribune, from which we extract the following: Revs. Leacock, Goodrich, and Fulton, It is known, have been arrested and sent, I understand, to Fort Lafayette. My informant states that the Rev. Dr. Hodges, also of New Orleans, is to share the same fate next week. Why he was respited so long I did not learn. The charge against these clergymen in general is, that they refused to pray for the President of the United States--L e., they, on being ordered by Butler to use the prayer in the Episcopal service known as the prayer for the President and Government of the United States, refused to obey. For this they were apprehended. I understand that they told Butler that they were willing to omit that pr
Counterfeiting Confederates Treasury notes. --Detectives. Washington Goodrich and Ro. Craddock arrested yesterday several slaves among them four, named Dick, Oliver, Henry Smith, owned by Mr. Caskie, and Jim Stuart, owned by H. J. Corville, on the charge of stealing blank sheets of genuine Confederate notes from a room in the Custom-House, and afterwards filling up and passing the same as genuine. Several days since Detective Goodrick, who is in the employment of the Treasury Department, was informed that genuine notes, with counterfeit signatures, had been put in circulation by some means, which he was requested to find out.--Becoming convinced that the sheets were stolen by somebody having access to, and a knowledge of, the building, he secreted himself for several nights in the room where the notes were kept, and was rewarded on Wednesday night for his trouble by the entry of the thief, who he immediately grabbed, and found to be a servant employed in the building in attendi